We came across this built-up IH Scout while browsing the Web. According to the post, the vehicle was originally a family wagon before the owner, “Daniel,” converted it into a rock-crawling Scout that offers quite of articulation.

The owner made quite a few changes to the original Scout layout. The original axles were removed and replaced with full-width Chevy axles. The front of the frame was extended and ’78 Chevy BDS 6-inch lift springs were added. The rear spring mounts were replaced and lengthened from the original size to fit ’95 Chevy 1-ton rear stock springs.

The vehicle also features CV rear drive shaft, longer shock mounts and full roll cage from IH customs in the event of a rollover on hard-core terrain. The front and rear fenders were also cut and replaced with ‘73-78 Ford Bushwhacker cut-out fender flares. The hood scoop is also custom-built, as are the front and rear bumpers.

Source: AutoMotto.org

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